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by Geetesh Bajaj, November 3, 2015

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Guy Kawasaki at the Presentation Summit 2015
Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki did the Tuesday morning keynote at the Presentation Summit in New Orleans on September 29, 2015. He started by reminiscing about his days as the chief evangelist for Apple Computer. He spoke passionately about Steve Jobs. Guy speaks around 75 times a year in conferences and delivers keynotes. His work certainly has to do so much with speaking. And that's a continuation of his job at Apple, where he was evangelizing the Mac to the world.

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Handmade Slides: Sticky Tape for PowerPoint - 01
Handmade Slides: Sticky Tape for PowerPoint - 01

These "sticky tape" graphics are already placed in PowerPoint slides - just copy them and paste within your slides to create a look that makes a picture, shape, or anything else appear as if it has been stuck on a surface, board, or wall with tape! These ready-made sticky tape segments are already within PowerPoint slides - and have been provided in 10 colors - all colors have various transparency variations.

Download and use these Sticky Tape graphics in your slides
Choosing between Axis or Data Labels in Charts: by Dave Paradi
Dave Paradi

Graphs that use a measurement axis, like column, bar, and line graphs, by default have an axis when created in Excel or PowerPoint. One question that presenters ask is whether data labels should be added to the graph. In this article, I want to explain when you may want to consider using data labels vs. using an axis. One thing you don't want to do is to use both an axis and data labels on a graph.

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PowerPoint 2013 Essentials Video Course: Conversation with Ellen Finkelstein
Ellen Finkelstein

Ellen Finkelstein is a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP and author of several PowerPoint, Flash, and AutoCAD books. She also holds webinars on presenting skills on a regular basis. In this interview, Ellen talks about her PowerPoint 2013 Essentials video course.

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Learn PowerPoint 2016 for Windows
Learn PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Removing Customizations from PCB Files

Removing Customizations from PCB Files in PowerPoint 2016PowerPoint add-ins help in adding new capabilities that can polish your presentation in many ways. But when the time comes to uninstall these add-ins for whatsoever reason, you might be surprised to find their menu customizations still exist! In another scenario, you may have customized your PowerPoint menus and toolbars to a large extent -- and may now want to restore everything to a pristine state. In either case, it is possible to lose all these customizations. The key to this solution lies in PCB files.
Status Bar

The Status Bar is a thin strip located at the bottom of the PowerPoint 2016 interface. This area provides information about the active slide and also provides several View options. To work with options in the Status Bar, you must have a presentation open in PowerPoint 2016 -- otherwise the options within the Status Bar will be grayed out.
Notes Pane

PowerPoint 2016's tri-paned interface has three regions: the Slides Pane, the Slide Area, and the Notes Pane. The Notes Pane is placed right below the Slide Area. The Notes Pane provides space to add speaker's notes that can be so helpful to the presenter while presenting - you can also write any sort of information about the presentation or individual slide.
Keyboard Shortcuts

Here's the most comprehensive list of PowerPoint 2016 keyboard shortcuts that we know about -- how many of these do you presently use? If you discover a shortcut key not listed here, please get in touch with us through our feedback form.
Sway Tutorials
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Text Card in Sway

A Text Card is the last of the three text card types available within the All Cards pane in Microsoft Sway, the other two being Title and Heading Cards. In many ways, this Text Card is like a Text Box in a PowerPoint slide - you just add a Text Card and type in the text content you want to show up on this card!
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